New Art & Artists on DegreeArt in November 2011
This month we have a varied selection of new art including paintings. sculpture and prints. From architectural watercolour paintings and breathtaking, panoramic landscape photography to mixed media pieces made using sweets, we hope that you enjoy the new artwork on DegreeArt!
I would also like to welcome our new artists this month who are Nicola Anthony, Jessica Rutterford, Kathryn Gellaitry and Amreen Khan and look forward to working with them on DegreeArt.
Loughborough University (BA Hons Fine Art / 2006)
Nicola Anthony is a London based artist creating both figurative and abstract drawings and sculpture. Nicola Anthony has received exhibition sponsorship from Tate Britain, shown work at Tate Modern, and her work was recently auctioned by Christies auctioneers. She guest blogs for galleries and art magazines - her artwork & perspective can also be found in her writing for Trebuchet Magazine, and in a recent interview with SKY Arts who came to her London studio to check out her artwork.
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Wimbledon College of Art (BA Hons Fine Art / 2012)
Jessica Rutterford uses photography, drawing and note-taking to discover and push the societal confines that can be found in the everyday of London. Though a series of social experiments and attentive observations she attempts to re-define her own predetermined ideas of the behaviour of Londons inhabitants. Projects derive from anthropological and socio-psychological research. She seeks to investigate in a provocative and often contentious approach, only ever studying people she doesnt know.
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Edinburgh College of Art ( BA Hons Drawing & Painting / 2010)
Kathryn Gellaitry is a Scottish artist who recently graduated in Drawing and Painting at Edinburgh College of Art. Gellaitry`s atmospheric urban landscapes focus on buildings within regenerating areas in her hometown of Edinburgh. Her work is brought to life by her honest approach in reflecting the area through Psychogeography (the art of being drawn to the surroundings and it triggering a response). By creating exciting compositions and being playful in scale, a unique journey manifests within her work to create a gentle yet compelling atmosphere, reflecting what has inspired her, such as a building, a colour or a shape.
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Bath Spa University (BA Fine Art / 2011)
Amreen's work investigates the concept of cultures, in particular her struggle between two contrasting societies, one being her origins in Pakistan and the Western society. By looking at these cultures she transfers her knowledge of these cultures into paintings on canvas. Amreen starts off by using solid colours which originate from traditional Asian clothing then later adds the Western elements to the work by looking at the way the West create paintings.
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New art on DegreeArt, November 2011